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. i don't know why there are salt trucks on 270. i have tweeted the state highway and they haven't gotten back to me. that seems crazy to me. grab the heavy coats. you'll need them in a few hours. >> good morning, everybody. i was pleasantly surprised at the temperature right now at least and the road conditions are great. no issues all over town. there had been construction, for example, southbound 95 over in maryland at 195 and then again near 19 # but things -- 198 but things are pretty much cleared up for the rush hour. river road at goldsboro, a pretty bumpy ride. they're tying to repave the road there. 66 is in great shape from manassas, centreville, fairfax. the toll road from annandale to springfield, the lanes are open. right now no delays a to 395 and the 14th street bridge. we're going to go back to the maps and the north side of town looking good from college park to silver spring. 95 as i said construction pretty much cleared up for the morning. here's southbound at montrose road. a few people out and about but no delays yet to the point where the lanes divide. >>> i
. the beltway is fine, again college park into silver springs, don't forget about the closure on 16th street because of the tree down in the road, we'll take a live look one more time here. andrea? mike? >>> there was a gunman suspected of firing shots in a mall in new jersey. he is now apparently dead. his body was found inside this mall. it happened yesterday at the garden state plaza mall in new jersey, and there were reports of gunfire just before closing and witnesses say the shooter was dressed in black. >> the mall was on lockdown, as officers went room by room. the suspect has apparently been found dead. let's recap what brought us to this point. >> reporter: s.w.a.t. team members stormed the garden state plaza mall in new jersey. a gunman opened fire just before closing time. these women came face-to-face with the shooter. >> out of nowhere the guy walked right past the front door and he is shooting shots in the air. >> he paused for a second and looked inside the store. i just froze. >> reporter: witnesses say the suspect was dressed in all black, wearing a motorcycle helmet. offic
in the north wind at 1. very dry air, don't know about you, but i turned the humidifier on and the fans should be spinning clockwise now so the air gets distributed better. in the summertime you go counterclockwise with the fans. our weather headlines, cold start to the week. you know that, we are in 20s in a few spots. more clouds rolling in tomorrow wednesday and thursday. by thursday the clouds give way to showers for the afternoon and evening, the way it looks like now. cold air in the rockies, we have cold air toward ontario and new england, with the warm stuff down in south texas. this moisture is coming in here, feeding into a system that will eventually make it toward us. going to be a few days before that happens, so what we are going to see are all the high clouds coming in. and the ocean, we have got low clouds to cop tend with, as well, with a little moisture in the atlantic. the two are going to kind of do the gang up job the next couple of days. here we are at lunch time, a few more clouds coming through at times afternoon. tonight we'll go mostly cloudy, so 6:00 a.m. tuesday, no
or if it's a combination of the two. >> what we know from victims is they don't see an opportunity for justice. they see that their command may be bias against them. they may favor the perpetrator. they may favor pushing it under the rug because it makes the commander look bad. >> reporter: democratic senator jill brand has written a bill to take responsibility for prosecuting serious crimes out of the hands of military commanders giving that authority to military lawyers. 47 senators from both sides of the aisle have signed on to cosponsor the bill. but others agree with military leaders who say such a change could weaken the chain of command. >> investigations will be independent but at end ever the day if we let commanders off the hook, we have never solved a problem in the military without holding the commanders accountable. >> reporter: debate on the bill is scheduled to begin later this month. tara mergener for cbs news, washington. >> the number of sexual assaults in that military report also includes assaults on civilians by military personnel. >>> prince george's county po
saying this is going to be great. you know, i'm accused of a lot of things but i don't think i'm stupid enough to go around saying this is going to be like shopping on amazon or travelocity. a week before the website opens if i thought this it wasn't going to work. >> reporter: the president was also pressed by garrett on comments he previously made about americans being able to keep their current insurance. >> do you not believe sir the americans deserve deeper accountability from you as to why you said that over and over? >> there's no doubt that the way i put that forward unequivocally ended up not being accurate. >> reporter: and how about the promise of current insurance policies being grandfathered in? unless the companies made a major change and. >> did you decide sir that the simple declaration was something the american people could handle but the new stance you just gave now was something they couldn't handle and you couldn't trust the american people with a fuller truth? >> no, my expectation was that were 98% of the american people, either it genuinely wouldn't change at all
. there are no issues, very light this morning, veterans day as you head for 395 and the 14th street bridge. i don't think today you're going to have any problems during rush hour. let's go back to the maps and this time on the southbound tied 270 from gaithersburg to bah these today, we're in great shape. on the southbound side of 95 there was overnight construction at 195 and at route 216. we'll take a live look one more time here at the beltway east side in prince george's county. back to you guys. >> thanks, monika. >>> two times this week prince george's county firefighters didn't have to battle just one but two fires and a huge mess with both as well. they say hoarding conditions made it difficult for them to battle the flames. >> the latest fire happened sunday morning in college park and it claimed the life of an elderly man. surae chinn reports. >> when i looked out, the house was engulfed in flames. the flames were coming out of the roof. >> real high, 15 feet. >> reporter: the fire lit up the dark sunday morning sky in college park. a couple in their 80s was inside, the woman suffering
on the inbound side of 66 at route 50 in fair oaks. let's hope we don't have a repeat of yesterday's traffic on 66. right now it is nice and quiet. andrea, mike? >>> nearly 30 years after a d.c. woman was slain in her own apartment on new year's eve, police have made an arrest. >> ken molestina has more on the arrest and this case that sat cold for decades. >> reporter: the year was 1984. ronald reagan was president and the number one song in the country was "say, say, say" by paul mccartney and michael jackson. while her friends celebrated the new year that january 1 morning, 43-year-old rachel cox stayed home at her congress heights apartment. it was there she would become the district's first murder victim of the year. her body was found at 6:29 a.m. she'd been sexually assaulted and stabbed to death. the detail of the crime were first told by channel 9 legendary reporter mike buchanan. >> she'd been stabbed several times. her hands were tied, her nightgown soaked in blood. >> reporter: it was a murder that had detectives even back then perplexed. >> like the movies as you say. it will ta
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